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    Quote Originally Posted by JKDChick
    Panantukan (this is doubtlessly a mis-spelling) in Indonesian -- I believe -- and uses tricky changes of direction punches that whip into pressure points. These can be landed -- to awesome effect -- while boxing. Have both given and recived.
    Do you know of a place in the lower mainland that teaches Panantukan?

    Been searching, no dice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKDChick
    I just don't know, guys. I think I'd have to see one of you use it in an effective manner to have any respect for it. But I'm a very "damn the torpedos, full speed ahead " fighter.

    Panantukan (this is doubtlessly a mis-spelling) in Indonesian -- I believe -- and uses tricky changes of direction punches that whip into pressure points. These can be landed -- to awesome effect -- while boxing. Have both given and recived.
    You may revise your view on the chop when you see someone do it properly, but I don't think it's a must-have technique by any means. Anyway, would you be willing to describe a basic panantukan technique for me to try out? It sounds like a fun thing to tack on to boxing.

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